UAW Smyrna bid comes at bad time for Nissan

Chappell, Lindsay
August 2001
Automotive News;8/20/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5944, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the effects of the application of United Auto Workers (UAW) for a union election on the launching of Altima sedan by Nissan North America Inc. in Smyrna, Tennessee. Attempt of the UAW organizers to persuade the workers to adopt union representation; Comments of Nissan on UAW bid; Interpretation of UAW on the effort of Nissan to hire workers.


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